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And It Starts - Power Grid: Energy Secretary Warns Of Crippling Cyberattacks
Jun 9, 2021 10:33:26   #
Parky60 Loc: Champaign, IL
 
As fear mongering on cyber security gains traction, as is the case right now, you can be certain that there are other disingenuous motives to promote Technocrat goals in hopes of capturing the world into a Scientific Dictatorship.

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Jun 9, 2021 10:35:57   #
ChJoe
 
Parky60 wrote:
As fear mongering on cyber security gains traction, as is the case right now, you can be certain that there are other disingenuous motives to promote Technocrat goals in hopes of capturing the world into a Scientific Dictatorship.


Definitely a concern!

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Jun 9, 2021 11:12:14   #
Michael10
 
Parky60 wrote:
As fear mongering on cyber security gains traction, as is the case right now, you can be certain that there are other disingenuous motives to promote Technocrat goals in hopes of capturing the world into a Scientific Dictatorship.


Private and public industries could avoid this with a minimal amount of cash by installing security measures but they'd rather charge the customer more when hacked than spend the money up front to protect itself. Then Colonial Pipeline Company, the government DOJ got some of their money back, was that passed to the customer??? NO! Our tax dollars pay to retrieve their private money and nothing goes back to the public when security measures could have prevented the hack all together. Then Brazil-based meat processor JBS the largest in the world got hacked. How can a handful of billion dollar companies control so much of the world, and not pay taxes.

We'll all be sitting in the dark before long wishing just a little more government regulations was put on these companies while their owners run their generators or fly to a different company.

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Jun 9, 2021 11:23:33   #
ChJoe
 
Michael10 wrote:
Private and public industries could avoid this with a minimal amount of cash by installing security measures but they'd rather charge the customer more when hacked than spend the money up front to protect itself. Then Colonial Pipeline Company, the government DOJ got some of their money back, was that passed to the customer??? NO! Our tax dollars pay to retrieve their private money and nothing goes back to the public when security measures could have prevented the hack all together. Then Brazil-based meat processor JBS the largest in the world got hacked. How can a handful of billion dollar companies control so much of the world, and not pay taxes.

We'll all be sitting in the dark before long wishing just a little more government regulations was put on these companies while their owners run their generators or fly to a different company.
Private and public industries could avoid this wit... (show quote)


You might be right about that. Apparently the "in" for Colonial was one user name and one password.

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Jun 9, 2021 12:28:08   #
lpnmajor Loc: Arkansas
 
Parky60 wrote:
As fear mongering on cyber security gains traction, as is the case right now, you can be certain that there are other disingenuous motives to promote Technocrat goals in hopes of capturing the world into a Scientific Dictatorship.


So, when you were crowing that cyber crimes were bidens fault, you were just kidding? Make up your damn mind!

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Jun 9, 2021 12:30:40   #
ChJoe
 
lpnmajor wrote:
So, when you were crowing that cyber crimes were bidens fault, you were just kidding? Make up your damn mind!


So, when you said you would stop beating the dead horse, your wife, you were kidding, right!!??

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Jun 9, 2021 12:45:37   #
Michael10
 
ChJoe wrote:
You might be right about that. Apparently the "in" for Colonial was one user name and one password.


Yep, I worked in Computer Networking and to many times I found a password spelt "password". There's programs now that scour a companies network for any intruders or Phishing and they're not that expensive. Either put the money into protecting the network or disconnect from the internet and go back manual.

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Jun 9, 2021 13:34:41   #
ChJoe
 
Michael10 wrote:
Yep, I worked in Computer Networking and to many times I found a password spelt "password". There's programs now that scour a companies network for any intruders or Phishing and they're not that expensive. Either put the money into protecting the network or disconnect from the internet and go back manual.



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